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When you scroll to your assigned chapters, be sure you are looking at the correct chapter for your
group—focus only on your assigned chapter and be sure to complete each part.
Part I. (20 points) Individual Notes; group discussion
Read your assigned chapter and take some notes on the key points and what you think important to
discuss and have questions about. Can you make connections to other course readings? Cover the
entire chapter and then be prepared to discuss in class with your peers who have also read the same
chapter.Help each other to understand your assigned chapter better and plan your 6-8 minute
presentation that you will give as a group on Monday, Nov 21. Half of your points will come from your
detailed notes that you will submit before class; the rest will come from your spirited discussion with
your group in Friday’s class.
Part II. (60 points) Individual Analysis
After reading your assigned chapter, consider the following questions and write a 500-600 word analysis
on it. Consider the following questions when crafting your analysis, but do not answer the questions
serially. It is also not necessary to answer all of the questions; focus on the ones of most interest to you.
The discussion you had with your peers should help you to write a stronger analysis. Each of you should
write you own analysis, but you make share your ideas/thoughts about it in your discussion.
Some questions to think about include: what are the main points he is trying to convey to his audience
of readers? Does he have an underlying message? What words/language does he to write up his
account, and why do you think he chooses that phrasing? Does his account shed any light on slavery in
Africa or the Americas? Does the account provide any insights about how people lived at the time;
explain? Does it help you to understand views about hierarchy and enslavement? About religion?
Cultural aspects? Can you relate anything he has written to other course readings such as the Colonial
America book or anything else?
Part III. (20 points) Group Presentation
Work with your group (in Friday, November 18’s class) to craft a presentation that you will make to the
class on your section on Monday, November 21. Remember, aside from your group, your peers will not
have read your section so you should provide a detailed summary of key events and points. But a
summary alone is not sufficient. Also provide your individual or group reflection, comments,
connections, and analysis of the assigned reading.
See chapter and group assignments below: chapter 5
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